These ultra-bright LED panels are adjustable, so they can range from about 3500 Kelvin to 6000 Kelvin.
This means that you can create the right color temperature you want for the specific settings and times of the day.
For this version, I use density to create panels and two LED strips of different colors to provide lighting as well as some switches and PWM dimmers.
All products used for this project are listed in the video description.
I started cutting some mid-fiber boards for these panels.
I am using a mid-fiber board of 1/4 or 6mm and there are a few pieces that are 1/2 or 12mm.
I\'m actually doing three LED Light module
One big, two small, and one control box.
Next, I\'m going to cut some aluminum here, which is to connect to the mid-fiber board to distribute the heat of the LED strip as a radiator.
Once I cut them into the right size, I nailed them together.
Then it\'s just the problem of assembling the box, I just use glue and DingTalk.
Now, for lighting, I use two different types of solar lights, one is a cool light of 6000 Kelvin and the other is a warm LED Light module of 3500 Kelvin.
I cut them into the same length and then I alternate the stripes on the panel.
So stick a cool strap next to the warm strap and so on.
Just make sure I\'m waiting in line for all the positive stuff on one side. . . .
Once I connected all the lights, I started the task of welding them together.
So I welded all the cold strips together, and then welded all the warm strips together.
This is very time consuming because each one requires both positive and negative welding, so a lot of welding needs to be done.
I also attach two smaller light boxes to a piece of scrap plywood so that I can later attach them one by one to the ceiling.
I painted everything white.
Next, I connected the two light boxes with a wire, and I hid the wire on the other side so that you can\'t see it once it\'s on the ceiling.
I don\'t want to see the strip lights directly.
So I cut some acrylic panels here.
I want to cut three, two small and one big.
This material is cut very well on the table saw and the diagonal saw.
I then took off the protective plastic and sprayed some frosted paint to spread the lights.
This is the idea.
I think I can connect it to some of the brackets that are supported by pressure and just screw to the mid-fiber board instead of the panel so you can get in and out.
Install the bigger unit and I just screw it in before I cover it. .
So the idea here is I have two fixtures
One on the tool Wall, one on the workbench, one on the fixture B.
Each color has two colors, warm and cool.
I would like to be able to independently control the on or off of the fixture as sometimes I may want to turn on the bench LED Light module but not the backlight etc.
So I have two fixtures, one power supply, two switches.
One controls each lighting device, I have two PWM dimmers, one controls all the warmer lights and one controls all the cooler lights.
That\'s how they all relate.
These are all straight lines.
Then the negative is the black wire in the last photo.
The following is the medium fiber board control box.
Once I tried the concept on the test board, I drilled some holes on the medium fiber board, where various switches and knobs will be connected.
Then I connected the control panel unit under the cabinet, then I put it on the bottom and tested it in front.
When I knew it would work, I went back to electronics.
I connect the knob and switch to the front panel and put everything together.
I then put the wires on the lighting unit together, trying to keep them neat with some cable organizers, so go down the wall into the box.
Do the same for smaller panels, place the wires neatly on the beams.
OK, now I connect all the electronics in front, I connect the wires from the lights to the circuit board, I use 10 am p for power supply, the 12 volt power brick I ordered specifically for this project.
The complex part here is the dimmer, each of which affects the color of the ligths, but the switch controls the fixture.
So this means that you have to switch the color to each fixture independently.
This requires a switch that can switch multiple lines independently.
To get a better perspective, make sure to watch videos that cover all the different steps and end results.
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